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 Definition A sequence of arguments which establishes that some mathematical statement is implied by a certain set of assumptions. [d] [e]
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We should make clear that the link is directed from "ascertained" (axioms) to "non-ascertained" (theorem), since in practice one often makes algebraic transformations in the opposite direction, and sometimes forget to bother about correctness of the needed direction. Examples are available at WP. Boris Tsirelson 17:26, 21 November 2009 (UTC)


I moved the page since this is dedicated to mathematical proof, and proof needs disambiguation. Peter Schmitt 17:31, 21 November 2009 (UTC)